Paola Epifani, alias Rabarama, was born in Rome in 1969. She received her BFA from Venice Academy of Fine Arts in 1991 and immediately started entering her work in sculpture competitions, in Italy and abroad. In 1995 she formed a partnership with the Dante Vecchiato gallery and began developing work based on ideas of free will, predestination and the risk of reduction of man to a mere biological computer. Her figurative sculptures during this period were typified by absent gazes, to suggest a world governed by cause and effect relationships, [...]
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